Health insurer Cigna and pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts cleared federal and state regulatory hurdles less than a year after they first announced their plan to merge in March.
A federal judge Tuesday declined to put a timeline on when he might—or might not—sign off on CVS Health's $70 billion acquisition of Aetna.
Two pension funds that own stock in Centene Corp. are suing the health insurer and certain directors and officers, claiming Centene acquired Health Net in 2016 for $6 billion without fully disclosing the company's significant financial problems.
On-demand insurance lets customers buy some of their coverage only if and when they need it, similar to how TV viewers might rent a new release from Amazon instead of paying every month for a pricey cable package they rarely use.
Health insurers blasted a Texas federal judge's decision to strike down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional and moved quickly to ensure plan members that their insurance coverage will stay unchanged during the long legal fight.
Insurance industry officials want the CMS to give them a leading role in any pilot progams allowing the feds to pay for housing and similar social needs of patients.
Molina Healthcare is kicking former CEO Dr. J. Mario Molina's medical practice out of its network, forcing roughly 78,000 patients to either find new doctors or switch health plans to keep their current ones.
California and New York regulators approved health insurer Cigna Corp.'s acquisition of pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts, bringing the $67 billion deal a step nearer to closing.
EmblemHealth is required to cover gender reassignment surgery and pay $250,000 in civil rights penalties to the state after the attorney general reached a settlement with the not-for-profit insurer.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that Blue Cross and Blue Shield insurers must defend themselves on much less favorable legal grounds against a major class-action case accusing them of anticompetitive practices.
HealthCare.gov sign-ups lag by more than a half-million with less than a week left in open enrollment. Last-minute shoppers and a surge of auto-enrollments should boost the finally tally, but enrollment is likely to fall short last year.
Nine groups representing health insurers, employers and consumers called for federal legislation to protect patients from surprise medical bills from out-of-network providers.